California has aggressive goals to reach 5 million zero-emission vehicles by 2025. To help meet this ambitious goal and reduce transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions, electric vehicle (EV) ownership in the Central Coast region must increase by 15%. Publicly accessible EV charging infrastructure is a critical component to achieving this necessary growth.
That’s why CCCE is proud to partner with the California Energy Commission and the Center for Sustainable Energy to offer $7 million in incentives for EV chargers.
By increasing the number of accessible chargers throughout the region, the Central Coast Incentive Project will help support plug-in electric vehicle growth while reducing air pollution caused by vehicle emissions.
Learn more about the Central Coast Incentive Project requirements and apply at CALeVIP Central Coast Incentive Project: